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Until the new edition of the reGeneration exhibition, find the interviews of the artists of the reGeneration 3 exhibition in 2015.
René Burri, Martine Franck, Yann Mingard, Jan Groover, Gus Van Sant, ... Find on line all the videos of our latest exhibitions.
The Musée de l'Elysée presents a previously unreleased film, drawn from the exhibition René Burri, Explosions of Sight, produced by Tanino Musso during a trip to Beirut in 1991 with Gabriele Basilico, Robert Frank, Fouad Elkoury and Dominique Eddé .
This film is generously made available by Tanino Musso, who wishes to pay tribute to René Burri: "I knew the photographs of the artist Burri ; meeting him personally and following his work was fascinating. What struck me the most was his discretion and the attention he paid to his surroundings, as well as his spontaneity, even as I was recording images of his work for one of my video projects. Ironic and capable of intelligent and lively joy, he was always careful not to disrespect the ruins that surrounded us. The war had been over for a few weeks, life had begun again and as an artist and witness René was able to tell this complex scenario with a meticulous lightness.”
The Nuit des images paid tribute to René Burri in 2013. It was an occasion to celebrate his 80th birthday with him in the Elysée Gardens, as well as the arrival of his photographic collection, which the Musée de l'Elysée now preserves.
How can art help us understand humanitarian principles? A carte blanche was given to ten artists from Switzerland to share with us their vision of the notions of humanity, impartiality, neutrality and independenc. You can find their ten short films on our Vimeo page.
Find the projects presented in the Elysée gardens during the Nuit des images 2019.
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Listen to the music selection of the Musée de l'Elysée on Spotify and to those who were personally worked with the photographers thanks to our Soundcloud podcasts.
As part of the exhibition "René Burri, Explosions of Sight", the Musée de l'Elysée invited former colleagues and friends of the artist to share their memories. They evoke the multiple facets of René Burri's personality and work. Four episodes with Mélanie Bétrisey, Dino Simonett, Werner Jecker and Bruno Barbey.
As part of the exhibition "Jan Groover: Laboratory of Forms", the Musée de l'Elysée asked several leading names in photography to describe the artist in their own words. Four episodes with Laurie Simmons, Chris Shipley, Gregory Crewdson and Jed Devine
Beyond the photographer and her work, let yourself be guided by the testimonies of those who knew her and discover another part of Martine Franck: the sister, the friend, the artist, the alter ego. Five episodes Eric Franck, Agnès Sire, Setsuko Klossowska de Rola, Jean-Pierre Vorletet and Ariane Mnouchkine.
In order to give some rhythm to your days, the Musée de l’Elysée would like to share with you its musical selection on Spotify, specially created for the occasion by our team working from home.
Enter the arcades with LCD Remote or manipulate iconic works from the museum's collection and handle them as if you had in your hands.
Following the closure of the museums and arcades, PLATEFORME 10 and INT Studio have combined their forces to offer an online and interactive experience of the LCD installation, which opened at the PLATEFORME 10 arcades in October 2019.
LCD Remote is the online version of Lumina Chroma Data, a kinetic facility that allows you to navigate the collections of the Musée de l’Elysée as well as the mudac by colour, all from your own home.
The Musée de l'Elysée was one of the first to collaborate with Artmyn to digitize works from its collection in very high definition. Daguerreotypes, ferrotypes, heliogravs, cyanotypes, collages, contact plates, explore the variety of phototypes as if you had them in your hands.
This photocollage by René Burri evokes the construction of the Cyclops by Jean Tinguely. This monumental installation of concrete and iron was created in the forest of Milly, France, and is the result of several years of collaborative work between the Swiss sculptor, his wife Niki de Saint-Phalle and some fifteen artists from the movement of the Nouveaux Réalistes.